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First Potentially Invasive Species To Reach Antarctica On Drifting Marine Algae

Eurasia Review Saturday, 1 February 2020
Drifting algae in the Austral Ocean can bring invasive species to the Antarctic coasts, according to a study published in the journal Scientific Reports. The new study describes the first scientific evidence of a potentially invasive and colonial species -the marine bryozoan Membranipora membranacea- which reaches the...
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Scientists have identified the “first scientific evidence of a potentially invasive and colonial species” around the Antarctic.

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